Articles by Zack Mauldin
Mayor and city council candidates in the Nov. 5 Walhalla municipal election met in the first of two forums Tuesday night, discussing a variety of topics including balancing growth, enforcing codes for dilapidated buildings and possible CATbus expansion to Walhalla.
If you missed the debate put on by Walhalla Partners for Progress last night, no worries. Most of those in attendance — not related to the candidates — probably want their two hours back.
The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division is investigating the death of a 61-year-old man who was shot to death by two Pickens County Sheriff’s Office deputies after he reportedly pointed a gun at them.
Planning groups from the city of Clemson and Oconee County got together Monday afternoon to discuss big issues connecting the two entities — namely, traffic.
After years of squeezing into a tight space lacking a jury room or conference room, the cramped Oconee County magistrate courtroom’s days are numbered in Westminster.
Clemson City Council has locked in on an architectural firm that will handle the expansion of the Clemson Police Department.
Editor: I usually stay out of politics when writing, however I want to say something to both sides of the political field.
Seneca’s downtown won’t be rebuilt in a day, but what happened Oct. 11 is worth remembering.
The Oconee County School Board has a new policy in place to keep employees from taking inordinate amounts of time away from school to keep from losing their accumulated leave.
Westminster’s city administrator said he has sent out requests for qualifications to firms to design a park at a recently purchased property.
S.C. Sen. Thomas Alexander said a bill prohibiting most abortions in South Carolina could reach debate before the full Senate Medical Affairs Committee next month.
On a night of divided votes, the Seneca Planning Commission sent one rezoning request to city council with a 3-2 recommendation to approve and another without a decision after a 2-2 vote and one commissioner declining to break the tie.